We are all given the same amount of time in a day, 24 hours or 1,440 minutes or 86,400 seconds.

Why is it then that some people seem to be so productive in the course of a day?

 Why is it that so many people do not feel like they are accomplishing their goals, not getting ahead in work and/or not accomplishing more of the lofty goals they had as a young person? 

 People say that time-management is the issue. It is not that people do not have enough hours in the day, but that they do not use the time that they have efficiently. To be successful, people must prioritise their day. It is not enough to just have a list of things to do, but to make sure that the list indicates the importance of the things to be done first.

 Sadly for many people, health-promoting activities are just not a priority in their day. They would like to eat a healthy meal, go for a walk or get their spine checked for nerve interference, but the “tyranny of the urgent” controls their lives. They do the things that they HAVE TO do rather than the things that they want to do. Often, the “HAVE TO DO” things are not even important when it comes down to it—but we have just not prioritised our day correctly.

 Another reason why people do not accomplish what they should or what they want is that they do not have the energy to do everything that needs to be done.  Imagine if we were to prioritise health promoting activities; don’t you think this will lead to more energy, more motivation, deal with stress better, think better and reason better. 

 Do you think this would allow you to accomplish more in a day? 

Of course is will.

When your health level is higher you will always accomplish more.

 So, what can we do?

1.         Prioritise your day, make out a schedule of things you need to do and follow your plan.

 2.         Rank the importance of the activity by the size of your writing or ranking from A, Very important to D, Unimportant instead of numbering the list. Make sure to prioritise health-promoting activities like eating nutritious food, regular exercise and having your spine checked for nerve interference.

 3.         Be Specific

 It will give you more life, enable you to keep up an active schedule and get all those things done that you need to do with energy and time left over.

 Try it; you may be surprised at the results!

If you know of any friends that can benefit from these ideas, please share with them by email or Facebook.

Have a fantastic day!